Education Intern The Arts Intern at The Noguchi Museum will create a timeline of the Teen Advisory Board (TAB) from its start in 2005 to its current 2016-17 year. TAB is a yearlong program in which high school students become Noguchi Museum ambassadors, as well as organize projects and events for their peers. This timeline will be a part of the Museum's updated website and will be a focal part of the expanded section for the Education Department.
Additionally, the intern will observe and assist weekend family programs such as Art for Families, Art for Tots, and Open Studio. Based on the Arts Intern's particular interests, there will be a chance to work on other projects as well.
Projects include: - Collect information from past digital and physical archived files on the TAB program. - Research other institutions' documentation of ongoing high school programs. - Use the collected information to generate lists of former members and document yearly TAB projects. - Create short entries for each year of the program that includes TAB members' photos and summaries of their accomplishments to be featured on the Museum's website. - Assist Education Department with various administrative tasks, such as scanning documents and large scale mailings. - Prepare arts materials for weekend family programs. Contribute to the set-up, implementation, clean-up, and reflection of programs. Qualifications - Experience working with families, children, and students in educational settings - Interest in visual arts, specifically 20th century art history - Strong research and writing skills - Self starter, takes an active role in the Education Department - Experience with Microsoft Word, as well as both Mac and PC platforms - Ability to work weekends Application
To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under "How to Apply" to Sejin Park, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Arts Intern” in the subject line in your e-mail.